Monthly Archives: August 2013
We had a get together with AVID parents and students today after the first day of staff development before school kicks off. All my AVID staff volunteered their time to meet, greet, and answer questions. Here’s me in my awesome … Continue reading
Here’s my AVID colleagues and I getting back from our road trip to a tutorology path training for AVID.
I love when staff developers lead by example and instead of lecture have you do the work you’re learning and will be using in your class. Here’s our visual metaphor for tutorial process we developed collaboratively: Sketches by my district … Continue reading
Talk about an exciting summer afternoon. Actually, the article is pretty interesting. I’m hoping to get some practical ideas…
I love colleagues who are willing to spontaneously meet and brainstorm new lesson ideas! In the summer no less! Her baby wanted to join us too. 🙂
A few of us got together to plan our kick off for AVID families.
At caribou reading research for class. Why is it that I need to have a facilitator such as a professor or assignment in order to take the time to read this stuff? Super interesting topic for the night is how … Continue reading
Even though backwards design is good… sometimes it’s tricky when you have an objective in mind but can’t find a resource/text. After a trip to the library, the search begins.